Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray Little Wilkens, 1830. 138, full leather binding, illus., diagrams, fold-out, music, boards somewhat bowed, book seller's stamp, ink number on rear endpaper.
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Annopolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1970. New, facsimile issue of 1802 ed. Hardcover. 48 p.
Paris: Anselin, 1831. 266 total, illus., 14 folding plates, 24 pages of music, boards worn and soiled, somewhat shaken, spine gone.
Paris: Anselin, 1831. Pocket-size, 307, vol. 3 only, many fold-out plans, text foxed & soiled, bds quite soiled & worn, binding at spine missing.
Paris: Chez Anselin, 1831. 196, v.3 only, illus, folding plates, music, Plates No. 101-130 (107 separate but present), Music No. 6, 7, and 15, bds worn/soiled.
Madison Barracks, NY: Bolles and Upham, 1915. 177, wraps (stiff covers), illus., covers somewhat soiled.
Washington, DC: GPO, 1917. Revised Edition. Hardcover. 192 pages. Illustrations (some color). Tables. Index. War Department Document 529. Illustrations (Tables and Figures (some color). Stamp of former owner inside front cover. This revision established the state of practice and state of knowledge at the time of the entry of the United States into the First World War. The military use of railways derives from their ability to move troops or materiel rapidly and, less usually, on their use as a platform for military systems, like armored trains, in their own right. Railways have been employed for military purposes since the Crimean War in the 1850s, although improvements in other forms of transport have rendered railways less important to the military since the end of World War II and the Cold War, although they are still employed for the transport of armored vehicles to and from exercises or the mass transport of vehicles to a theater of operations. Due to the expense and time required to build specifically military railway networks, military use of railways is usually based on a pre-existing civilian railway network rather than a military-owned one. However, specialized military types of rolling stock have frequently been used. Military railway are usually built and operated by railway troops.
Philadelphia, PA: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1852. New Edition. 18 cm, 303, illus., music, heavily foxed, corners worn. New edition with additions and improvements.
Place_Pub: New York: Basic Books, 2003. First Printing. 242, wraps, illus., references, index, usual library markings, covers somewhat worn and soiled, some edge soiling Subtitled: Everything you need to know to protect yourself and your family from the growing terrorist threat.
Paris: Charles-Antoine Jombert, 1757. Second Edition. 248, illus., fold-out plans, name pasted on title page, small stains on a few pages, marbled endpapers somewhat faded.
Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command, 1994. First? Edition. First? Printing. 25 cm, 469, wraps, illus., maps.
San Antonio, TX: Fort Sam Houston, 1917. Reprint Edition. 71 pages. Wraps, index. Name of previous owner present. Covers somewhat worn and soiled.
Moscow: Voenizdat, 1939. 80, profusely illus., few library markings, text darkened and small stains in margins, rebound in hard cover library binding.
Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, 1989. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. 115,  pages. Illustrations. This is a translation of The Submarine Commander's Handbook ("U.Kdt.Hdb.") Incorporated in the Secret Archives under Heading IV, No. 4, Command 32, Submarine Flotilla, New Edition 1943 (comprising Amendments Nos. 1-11). The Submarine Commander's Handbook, ("U.Kdt.Hdb."), 1943 describes the submarine U-boat tactics of Nazi Germany. Note that this edition is from 1943 during which the Allies had effectively countered these tactics and the battle of the Atlantic turned in the Allies favor.
Place_Pub: Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command, . First? Edition. First? Printing. 25 cm, 131, wraps, illus., notes, bibliography, slight wear and soiling to covers, marker name on front cover.
Washington, DC: Infantry Journal, 1943. Pocket paperbk, 268, wraps, illus., diagrams, maps, index, covers somewhat worn and soiled.
Moscow: Voenizdat, 1940. 25, figures, tables, usual library markings, text quite darkened, rebound in library binding, some soiling/wear to bds/spine.
Place_Pub: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. First? Edition. First? Printing. 138, illus., 5 folding plates at rear, synoptic outline, index, some discoloration at rear endpaper, boards somewhat worn and soiled.
Harrisburg, PA: Military Service Publishing, [c1940]. Fourth Edition. Second Printing. 77, illus. (incl. 1 color fold-out), 1 folding map, plans, tables, forms, diagrams., corners bumped.
Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1914. First Edition. 699, illus., tables, index, bds quite weak, title pg sep, ink & pencil notes ins fr flylf, bds & sp worn & creased & edges worn.
Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1916. First Edition. Fourth Printing. 699, illus., 3 folded maps in pocket at rear, tables, index, edges of boards and spine worn (top edge of spine quite worn).
Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Cavalry Association, 1909. Third Edition. 421, illus., index, rough spot inside front board, boards scuffed, some wear to edges of spine, inscribed by the author.
Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1925. Fifth Edition. Second Printing. Approx. 1200, v.2 only, illus., maps, figures, index, spine faded, stray pencil marks on fr bd, ink name ins fr bd, discolor ins hinges.
Place_Pub: Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1997. Third Printing. 112, wraps, notes, slight wear, sticker residue, and soiling to covers.
Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Company, . First Edition. First? Printing. 23 cm, 272, illus., minor wear and soiling to boards. Snapshot of the Cold War after the Korean War and in the early Vietnam War era.